A Refined Point of View: Tamon George’s Washington DC

Tamon George takes us to community-focused cafes, museums and more in the innovative capital

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A day spent driving through Washington DC with photographer and Creative Theory co-founder Tamon George is an inspirational experience. George looks closely at the detail—not only from an aesthetic point of view, but also a conceptual one. As he says, “Refinement is finding the simplest forms of beauty in everything; refinement is seeing the significance of a small change.” This perspective makes the all-new 2020 …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Unearthed treasures in Pompeii, ICA's environmentally friendly future, the rise of plant-based eggs and more

Institute of Contemporary Art Los Angeles Will Shift to Solar Energy With the aid of funding from Kickstarter Arts, the Institute of Contemporary Art Los Angeles (once the Santa Monica Museum of Art, before its move downtown) intends to rely entirely on solar energy. ICA hopes “to raise $25,000 to install 206 solar panels and six inverters across the museum’s 12,000 square feet of rooftop …

Washington, D.C.’s First Elevated Public Park

With construction set to break ground in 2021 (and be completed in 2023), Washington, DC’s 11th Street Bridge Park will connect Anacostia to Capitol Hill by way of a 1.45-mile-long elevated public park. Envisioned by OMA and OLIN, the park will feature an environmental education center, public plaza, amphitheater, hammock grove and more. Further, the green space aims to be a resource for the residents …